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Definition of "choultry" [choul•try]

  • Alternative form of choltry. (noun)

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Use "choultry" in a sentence
  • "This edifice is now occasionally converted into a kind of choultry, or cara - vansera, where travellers of rank are lodged in their jour - nies, upon the public service, through this part of the country."
  • "Sometimes two or three of a gang will take up their station in a choultry, or place where the traveller stops, and while he sleeps, they rouse him from his sleep, and cast the noose over his head and kill him."
  • "The chiefs of the district, Bráhmans and others, had already met in the choultry; and no other cause being brought forward, they proceeded immediately to that of the four Bráhmans, who advanced into the middle of the court, and stated that a sharp contest having arisen among them, they were come to have it decided with fairness and impartiality."
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